TheKindaGirl

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  1. Regina Live at her Alma Mater, SUNY Purchase (NY) - Complete Concert

    Thank you Mark C, and nigel for separating the tracks. I can't wait to hear it!
  2. What do you think Open is about?

    I've thought about this before, because as lyrics go, I find this to be one of Regina's most intriguing songs. I sort of agree with both of you: I think it's about being vulnerable -- "open" -- and the potential for both pain and pleasure humans have (how "perpetually human" of us). There is hope in the idea that life and people are always "potentially lovely", but at the same time, the gasping, "in a room I've built myself" part of the song does speak of loneliness and depression to me, and that is, after all, another part of the human experience. Or maybe the song is about the difference between allowing yourself to feel vulnerable and open -- and the feeling of freedom and suspension in that state of being -- and building walls around yourself and thereby feeling trapped instead.
  3. An up-to-date Regina fansite?

    Unfortunately I have no site-making skills to offer you guys, but I just wanted to voice my support for this idea. As nice as some of the existing Regina sites are, I think it would be great to have a comprehensive fan site that was frequently updated.
  4. DL: T On The Fringe, 21st August 2006

    Thank you for the show. I particularly like when Regina says she never thought, as a little girl growing up, that she would one day be the proud owner of a bum fan. That's when you know you've made it.
  5. october 10th at the phoenix, Toronto

    Aww, poor Regina. And poor JohnnyC and everyone else who attended the show in order to actually appreciate it. If people were that inconsiderate at a show I went to, I'd be pissed off too... especially if it was a show for someone as deserving of undivided attention and respect as Miss Regina.